The hon. Gentleman is right that many of the recent disputes, which have been deplored in all parts of the House, have been against the advice of the responsible trade union leaders, but I think that he is wrong in his general slur on shop stewards, because by far the greater proportion of shop stewards in this country are as responsible as the trade union leaders—[Interruption.]—even some of the Tory ones, yes. The position has been, I think, that some of these very costly unofficial strikes have been led neither by trade union leaders, nor by shop stewards, but by unofficial elements. I agree with the hon. Gentleman that we cannot afford any of them.